- Apr 16, 2017
Agreed, but I'm still not basing my doctrine on his knee jerk reaction at his turning point from doubt to belief. LOL!The thing with Thomas was...
He was a doubter but history records the fact that he did not stay a doubter. Here we see his turning point.
After this, his life appears to have taken a dramatic turn:-
“St. Thomas the apostle also known as Didymus arrived in the shores of Kerala, India in 52 AD, preaching the good news to the Malabaris and he established 7 and 1/2 churches in Kerala. Saint Thomas Christians (also known as Syrian Christians or Nasrani) include Syro-Malabar Catholic, Syro-Malankara Catholic, Malankara Orthodox, Jacobite, Marthoma and Church of South India.
He organized Christian communities, in several places and established seven churches in Kerala and then at last got martyrdom in Mylapore, Chennai, in 72 A.D.“